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‘Tiny Creatures’ and ‘If .’ - The New York Times Steve Adams, David J, Bending, Ny Times, Growing Up, Numbers, Literature, Creatures, York

‘Tiny Creatures’ and ‘If . . .’ - The New York Times

Read "Be a Wilderness Detective" by Peggy Kochanoff available from Rakuten Kobo. Why is that tree lumpy? How do insects stay alive in the winter? What are tides, anyway? In Be a Wilderness Detective, b. Reading Bingo, Different Types Of Animals, Detective Series, Literacy Skills, Biologist, Nature Study, Get Outside, Science And Nature, Beautiful Artwork

CM Magazine: Be a Wilderness Detective: Solving the Mysteries of Fields, Woods, and Coastlines.

Celia has enjoyed a number of complimentary and overlapping careers, including work as a biologist, a teacher of studio arts and an author a. Biologist, S Pic, Natural History, Art Studios, Illustrators, Environment, Author, Teacher, Number

Author - Illustrator - Educator

Freelance author and illustrator of children’s picture books,specializing in natural history and the environment.

A vibrantly photographed introduction to the rewilding environmental movement shares examples from all over the world where endangered animals have been rehabilitated and returned to their natural habitats, and cities that have dedicated rooftops and disu Keystone Species, Species Extinction, Amur Leopard, Reading Club, Books For Teens, Book Authors, Nonfiction Books, Habitats, Wildlife

REWILDING | Kirkus Reviews

From reintroducing keystone species and making wildlife corridors to sharing city space and engineering de-extinction, people are working to rethink the relationship between humans and the natural world.

"If: A Mind-Bending New Way of Looking at Big Ideas and Numbers", David J Smith (illustrated by Steve Adams) 2014 Math Books, Science Books, Kid Books, Steve Adams, J Smith, David Smith, History Of Earth, Learner Profile, David J

IF | Kirkus Reviews

Continuing his exploration of the mind-expanding possibilities of scale modeling, Smith extends the premise of If America Were a Village (2009) to encompass life, time and the universe.

"If: A Mind-Bending New Way of Looking at Big Ideas and Numbers", David J Smith (illustrated by Steve Adams) 2014 Math Books, Science Books, Kid Books, Steve Adams, J Smith, David Smith, History Of Earth, Learner Profile, David J

IF | Kirkus Reviews

Continuing his exploration of the mind-expanding possibilities of scale modeling, Smith extends the premise of If America Were a Village (2009) to encompass life, time and the universe.

"Tastes Like Music: 17 Quirks of the Brain and Body", Maria Birmingham (illustrated by Monika Melnychuk) 2014 Book Reviews For Kids, Physical Condition, Quick Reads, Happy Reading, Chapter Books, Book Lists, Birmingham, Human Body, How To Look Pretty

Children's Book Review: Tastes Like Music: 17 Quirks of the Brain and Body by Maria Birmingham, illus. by Monika Melnychuk. Owlkids (PGW, dist.), $11.95 (40p) ISBN 978-1-77147-010-0

Birmingham explores flukes in body function à la Oliver Sacks, even offering herself as a case study (the author has congenital anosmia, or no sense of smell). Synesthesia, amusia (the inability to i

 This new book, Be Prepared! The Frankie MacDonald Guide to Life, the Weather, and Everything is the life lesson we've all been waiting for! Science Facts, Fun Facts, Autistic People, Life Guide, Extreme Weather, Book Review, Bullying, New Books, Life Lessons

BOOK REVIEW: Be Prepared! The Frankie MacDonald Guide - Owl Connected

Get ready. This new book, Be Prepared! The Frankie MacDonald Guide to Life, the Weather, and Everything is the life lesson we've all been waiting for!

Broken Pieces: An Orphan of the Halifax Explosion Halifax Explosion, Path Of Destruction, Teacher Magazine, Children's Choice, Secondary Source, Stories For Kids, Orphan, Historical Fiction, Program Design

Broken Pieces: An Orphan of the Halifax Explosion

Broken Pieces An Orphan of the Halifax Explosion by Allison Lawlor Nimbus Publishing, 2017 ISBN 978-1-77108-515-1 (sc) $17.95, 100 pp, ages 8 –12 nimbus.ca This handsome, full colour, non-fiction work covers a well-documented event. But Allison Lawlor has crafted an engaging account

Seashore Life of Eastern Canada Guide Book, Marine Life, Canada, Books, Libros, Book, Book Illustrations, Libri

A user-friendly guidebook to Eastern Canada's marine life | Atlantic Books Today

Seashore Life of Eastern Canada: A guide to identifying intertidal marine species by Jim Cornall and Genny Simard $19.95, paperback, 102 pp. Nimbus Publishing, April 2014

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Children's Book Review: If: A Mind-Bending New Way of Looking at Big Ideas and Numbers - Campagne pour la lecture

Visualizing huge distances and sizes and numbers is difficult. In If: A Mind-Bending New Way of Looking at Big Ideas and Numbers, David J. Smith takes a variety of concepts and–by scaling them down and using analogies–makes them understandable to young readers and adults alike. The infographic presentation is masterfully interpreted by illustrator, Steve Adams. [...]Read More...

Nancy Runstedler grew up in Wellesley, Ontario. She has worked in both public and school libraries. Although her home library is overflowing with books, . School Libraries, Bomber Jacket, Jackets, Fashion, Down Jackets, Moda, La Mode, Bomber Jackets, Fasion

Nancy Runstedler

Nancy Runstedler grew up in Wellesley, Ontario. She has worked in both public and school libraries. Although her home library is overflowing with books, ...

Children's Book Review: Skydiver: Saving the Fastest Bird in the World - National Reading Campaign National Reading Campaign Fastest Bird, Book Reviews For Kids, Childrens Books, Campaign, Reading, World, Children's Books, Children Books, Word Reading

Children's Book Review: Skydiver: Saving the Fastest Bird in the World - Campagne pour la lecture

In Skydiver, Celia Godkin tells the stories of peregrine falcons, the severe decline in their population caused by the pesticide DDT, and the human volunteers whose intervention is necessary if the population is to recover. Godkin follows the lives of both the wild and incubated birds, as well as providing background material on the fight [...]Read More...